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of rural-to-urban migrion and the development of informal settlents. india's capital, delhi, has a population of between 13 and 14 million. commuters, camels, rickshas, buses, motorcycles-- delhi is a smorgasbord of sights and sounds. people of many different ethnic, religious and linguistic groups make the capital the city that it is today. but amid this cultural mosaic, this swelling city faces some serious challenges. delhi sits on the banks of two large rivers, catal city for aongsuccess, the ganges aheamuna. delhi s fomamanyea its lonvarious peoplesfnks have left their mark on delhi. for instance, remnants of the islamic domination that started in the 12th century can be seen in old delhi. new delhi was built in the british colonial period at the end of the 19th century. its tidy grid-line streets and office buildings offer a sharp contrast to the narrow, bustling streets of old delhi. today the power that is shaping delhi is economics. beginning in the early 1900s, india made a strong push toward liberalizing its economy. with its strong international ties, s be quick keepi
to see a movie; right ? >> you are. in the old days this comes from what country? india. thousands of years ago and hundreds of years ago in india there were no movie theatres, no television, no radio, no comic books or no books for people like you and me to read. was this the same here? >> yes. all offer the world it was like that. ask your parents. they can tell you what it was like before the internet. so, people told stores. i bet you tell stories. did you tell a story today? >> yeah, i bet you did you went up to our friend and said, did you see that? your friend said, no, no he didn't. right? that's a story. so, i will tell you a story. in india, here we have super heroes like, tell me a hero. >> super man. we have super heroes in india. krishna. lifts mountains and throws them to the ocean to create bridges. i will tell you the story about a super hero. krishna as a little boy in the village where the trees blow and the water flows and the birds fly and the grass grows, in this village there are cows. and people and they go to the river and they go to get their water. and
the hindu temples and india into the mogel time in india this come from hindu and western cultures brought together. when the mogels came from persia to north india they saw the story telling and thought it was a beautiful art form. they were not engaged with the story but saw the beauty in the footwork and hand movement. they brought the dancers into their courts. they were a form of entertainment. so, i want you to put your imagination caps on. we will go from the forest into a beautiful mogel palace. there are velvet carpets and peacocks walking around. there are beautiful paintings and everyone all of you, the audience have come to enjoy the court and the king sits on his thrown in the corner twirling his mustache and he called for his dancers and they come to the room. you are here to be entertained by them. this is called taught. taught is a highly stylized tuning of the mind and body together. you will see very fast turns ending in sharp stances and things with our eyes and eye brows and our neck, our hands. and you will also hear a language, which you might have heard. this is the
offline one by one. >>> india is struggling with a severe shortage of electricity to power its economic growth. the country has opinion lobeen nuclear power for energy. >> reporter: it's one of biggest plaque outs the world has experienced. in july half of india was left w without power. hundreds of people faced destruction. the capital came to halt. india's government has opinion looking at nuclear power to solve its electricity problem. ambitious plants will have about 20 nuclear reactors built over the next decade. nuclear power related businesses from around the world took part in this exhibition last month. many international companies are showcasing their technology here. the south koreans have one of the biggest stalls. they have the contract to build nuclear reactors. this company uses that order to try and win new business. trns t trns. >> translator: the indian government knows weal that korean technology is economically and safe. we believe we can grab a good share of india's market. >> reporter: most countries have already made deals with india. the nuclear central is facing
're on the lookout for new customers. they turned their focus to india. the economy is growing and its people has more money to spend. but to get a foothold, they have to compete with their south korean rivals. >> reporter: a panasonic researcher walks through a neighborhood in new delhi. he's looking at the middle class. the driver of the nation's economy. >> translator: they put medicine here. >> reporter: panasonic plans to develop products custom tailored to the needs of these consumers. but the company faces stiff competition from south korean firms. the rivalry spurs on the japanese company. ota checks out the refrigerator. >> translator: for about an hour, this ice pack stops cubes from melding during a power failure. >> reporter: more than 30% of fridges in india are made by south korean companies. they design them with india's we frequent power failures in mind. the firm is concentrating on air conditioning. until now, most of india's care conditioners have been window units. though they provide cool air, not much daylight gets in. so the japanese firm came up with this model. a small de
greets the good in all of you. who knows where is this is from? india. today we are sharing an form. we are members of the dance company based here in san francisco and we are taught by somebody who has been doing this art form for over 50 years much the ladies including myself we have been studying with him for a long time. you will see different things. lots of sounds with our feet. a little bit of story telling through mime and expression and you will learn about math in dance. who would have thought. today we will start, our next piece means the coloring of the stage. dancers show the hindu aspect of the dance by using the positions of our hands we will show you we are decorating the stage and make a water picture and cleaning the stage with the water. plucking flowers and decorating the stage with the petals of the flowers. we will awaken the 5 senses through the blowing of a conch shell. we will demonstrate the 3 duty, creator, producer and the destroyer in order to make way for new creation. [music] [applause] good morning. afternoon, actually. so, as you can see this is an elabo
is the downgrade in the forecasts to some of the key emerging economies. for example brazil and india. the fund says brazil's economy will grow at a slower pace than the united states and lowered outlook to below 5%. i had a chance to speak about you who he feels the indian economy was shaping up. >> something common to brazil, china, india. and the effect is very strong when advanced countries slow down, exports really collapse. so the effect is there. and then there's a bit more. i think for china, it's supposed to. but india and brazil, dollar factors. a near paralysis has led to low investments. they're worried about the future. i think recently we can be optimistic on some of the measures that this will change, but this is home grown. >> central bankers, finance ministers will all be joining us live in our coverage in week at the annual meetings. and it's not just the annual meetings that are taking place in tokyo. a g-7 finance minister meeting, a g-20 meeting, as well, and japan is eager to broker a deal for myanmar to try to get it past its debt arrears. and japan may pledge support for
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, don't blurt them out on this tv show. don't tell them. call me first. >> let me get your take on india. i want to know what you think, because when i was in japan this weekend, there was a lot of talk about this domestic demand. 11 to 12 million people joining the work force every year in india. this >> i'm short. >> short india? >> short india stocks. >> why? >> it's a disaster. massive inflation, massive balance of trade problems. it's a debt to equity -- debt to gdp ratio of over 90%. the only people bullish on india are people who haven't been to india or tried to drive across india. i'm short india. >> ceo of second largest bank in india is talking about all this domestic demand in india. >> obviously smarter than i am. he's long india. he's long and i'm short india. >> now back to the federal reserve. i know how you feel about the fed. but, jim, can you really get in front of the fed's -- what they've been doing for the stock market, pushing so much money into the market? >> certainly hasn't done me any good, has it, because stocks are right. you're right about that. is the econo
. they are in india. what are they doing there? >> very important meeting forging stronger economic ties but we already know the u.s. and india have a strong alliance but this alliance needs to be that much more stronger and important given both economies are combating the rising clout of china. there's a lot to talk about and there's a lot to be done. in particular on the indian side. let's raymond everyone that india was once the growing darling but an economy that's got disappointing investors and shackeled with red tape and corruption as well. so the question is will the u.s. apply that much more pressure on the indian government get these reforms through and through fast? >> not so long ago by my bbc colleague and he basic live said yes, our economy hasn't grown as fast as expected and no one else's has but we're still slightly better than the rest. the fact is india is also looking at the election and not 1 1/2 or slightly before that. so there's not a whole lot that the government can do, and i think everybody recognizes that. the market doesn't, so no one sees going to line up -- we do
these things matter. why these things matter. they've allowed india and china to develop into the completely distinct great worlds of civilization we have much to do with each other through long periods of history. >> let's take that image that you've offered of america, this place with all these great natural harbors and rivers that run the right way but that was true for thousands of years and didn't leave it to the development of what we think of as the united states. it wasn't until the european civilization a rise and began to make use of those harbors and rivers they were obvious so help us think about why it's the geography we spoke upon based to the cultural with the supposition one aspect. >> phyllis do ha and -- that was unable to cross across a land of the voyages of the development of technology will let shortened the distance it did not negate geography. it needed more precious and important as it opened up a new geography to the world conflict system and world trade system. culture and economics and people flow from the geography because what is culture? the accumulated experie
of the europeans, particularly in india. he had no illusions about the owners, so to quote him again, "call for ourselves and nothing for other people seems in every age of the world to have been the lilac some of the masters of mankind." it was true then, and it is true now kept its position as the dominant world power -- britain kept its position on the dominant world power despite the steady decline. by the end of world war ii, the dominance had shifted decisively into the hands of the upstart across the sea, the united states, by far the most powerful and wealthy society in world history. that britain could only aspire to be its junior partner, as the british foreign office recognized at that point in 1945. the united states had literally half the world's wealth, incredible security, controlled the entire western hemisphere, both oceans, the opposite sides of both oceans. there is never been anything like that in history. planners understood it. roosevelts planners were meeting to the second world war, designing the post world war. they were quite sophisticated about it in their pens fo
to the seeding time or the fertilizer time they will be applying it in good volumes. good volumes in india and china. big population growth and a middle classification of both countries. yet those were not stronger markets for you. >> they weren't stronger markets for a couple of reasons. india, they heavily subsidize fertilizer to farmers. they are reducing subsidies for farmers. prices are going to be higher. they have been subsidizing farmers for 15 years. they are making good returns in india. in china, slightly different story. they have built the inventories and they are able to ride that cushion and probably into the new fiscal year before they start buying. although india and china aren't buying we are seeing the emergence of malaysia and demand starting to grow and they are filling in the holes that are left by india and china. >> one of the reasons that the stock went down, they said that there were one time problems involving hurricane isaac and river volumes and some rock that needs to come from florida. you solved problems or they went away. and the set up of the stock being d
. at 16, she has already spent several years helping orphaned children in india. jourdan and neha are recent winners of the world of children youth award. the prize money they received helps support the great work they're doing. >> the world of children youth award recognizes a young person, under 21, who is doing amazing work for children. >> for neha, the award means she'll be able to help even more children struggling to survive without parents. the pennsylvania teen learned of their desperate needs while visiting her grandparents in india. >> so i went back to the u.s., and i gathered my friends, started fundraising to buy them books and whatever else they may need. and over five years, it's just progressed into founding a nonprofit organization called "empower orphans." >> over the years, her organization has funded libraries, computer labs, medical visits, as well as food and clothing. >> i love helping these children more than anything. [ mid-tempo music plays ] [ rhythmic clapping ] >> jourdan began playing violin when he was only 2 years old. after visiting a local hospit
for a foothold in india. >> even the farthest indiana backwater we try to sell to has heard of the crisis. people get the information from the internet and local media. they hear about the crisis and naturally, they have reservations. >> hydraulic presses to form metal are just one of the products this firm turns out. he is sure his company will survive, and he is determined to become a poster child for the eu and imf's insistence on exporting, but he does not think many other creek companies will manage that. >> it is simply very difficult for a company to establish itself abroad on short notice. you have to set up offices there as well as a lot of other things. a lot of companies cannot do it that fast no matter how hard they try. they go bust. they closed down. >> is working closely with the german engineering company to boost foreign sales. the company's are marketing their machinery together, and the strategy is bearing fruit -- the company's -- the companies are marketing their machinery together, and the strategy is bearing fruit. emma we are operating -- >> we're operating with a german c
to answer that dilemma as talks -- at the talks in india, that is. >> the u.n. sponsored meeting wrapped up, the 11 conference of the parties to the u.n. convention on diversity is otherwise known as cop 11. at the previous meeting cop 10 in 2010 delegates agree to set aside 17% of the world's land area for protection. many charges remain but efforts are making progress in areas including northern india. from there nhk world reports. >> reporter: india's northeast state, one of the many rare species that call the place their home. the mountains are not only a beautiful landscape, they are a natural habitat. when it rains, they are prone to land slides. much vegetation is lost due to land slides and human activities like collecting grass and wood to feed animals or to burn for fuel. the forests are degraded. ecosystems and habitats destroyed. a project to conserve diversity started two years ago. japan offered more than $60 million assistance. he crisscrosses the area on foot. there are few specialists in biodiversity. training researchers learn as they work. >> an expert working in differen
want to point out i look like i might be from india when i talk i sound like i'm from america. my parents are from india but i was born in america and i started this dance when i was 18. i was not a baby e. both charlotte and an drea did as well. charlotte at 15 years and joe airna and i 15 years. that's how we got in this program. we practiced very hard. very, very hard we practiced everyday and we have been been in india practicing 8 times where our teacher is from. yes. >> yes. >> well there are similarities all of southeast asia. we performed in bali with a group. it's a story from the [inaudible] and so the indian epiics actually the indian epiics for very common in cambodia and bali and thailand and there is a different aesthetic. all southeast asia and asia there are a lot of similarities. >> he is a male entity. he is not -- are you referring to the story? >> it's interesting you should say that. a unique indian concept is one of half male, half female. and that is -- unlike some dances the solo dancer portrays all of the parts in the story. you can portray a feminine
's what it looked like, we can rule that out. let's put on our thinking cap, shall we? raj is from india, a tropical country. third world hygiene. parasitic infections are common, such as pinworms. mm-hmm. the procedure for diagnosing pinworms is to wait until the subject is asleep, and the worms crawl out of the rectum for air. yes, just like that. penny could have been inspecting raj's anal region for parasites. oh, boy. that's a true blue friend. they slept together, sherlock. no, you weren't listening. she said it's not what it looks like. she lied. oh. don't i look silly sitting here wearing this? ♪ our whole universe was in a hot, dense state ♪ ♪ then nearly 14 billion years ago expansion started... wait! ♪ ♪ the earth began to cool ♪ the autotrophs began to drool, neanderthals developed tools ♪ ♪ we built the wall ♪ we built the pyramids ♪ ♪ math, science, history, unraveling the mystery ♪ ♪ that all started with a big bang ♪ ♪ bang! ♪ ♪ ♪ are you all ready, ♪ are you ready, get set, ♪ are you ready? ♪ are you all ready, ♪ are you ready,
are going to turn around and do it again. >> i have been spending a great deal of time in india every year my next book is a memoir of going through india and what this has done to transform my own life. >> thank you very much. >> thank you. >> [applause]. >> [applause]. we have a very special guest. [inaudible] is here with us tonight. [inaudible] dancing. step dancing which we are familiar with. you may have seen this before. this will be a treat. [applause]. >> someone once told me this was from scandanavia. this is a different version. about 2 sisters that fall in love with the same guy. it didn't work out too well. one of the sisters throws another one into the raging water. he fashions her body into a fiddle, into a violin. this is the actual violin. i love her so much. [singing] [music playing]
gathered in india to talk biodiversity. they will discuss ways to use the earths plants and animals in a sustainable manner. the united nations holds the conference every two years. delegates agreed on rules for sharing economic benefits from genetic resources. the delegates set a target of preserving 17% of land. many governments have yet to s pass laws enforcing the protocol. the participants are expected to discuss how to secure funding to meet the targets agreed. >>> military personnel from the united states and philippines have begun 11 days of joint exercises. the the drills began monday on the western coast m facing the south china sea. 3800 personnel are taking part in this year's exercises. that's 800 more than last year. a philippine know military suggest they reflect the numbers growing in the region. u the philippines is engaged in disputes with china. chinese patrol boats are preventing philippine fishing boats from approaching. u.s. leaders have expressed concern that china is expanding its activities in the region. >>> australian prime minister has urged japan to si
back to the supply side. >> exports showed signs of weakening. at the same time, india's factory's managed to post steady growth thanks to a rebound in export orders. for more on that, we go to reema in mumbai. >> manufacturing pmi has come in unchanged. the figure stands at 52.8 and remember this index has been above the 50 mark indicating expansion for over three years now. the key reasons why september growth is up, output growth has been faster and the exports have actually grown. manufacturing pmi is at 53.8 and the first reading above the 50 mark in three months now. sos it is the big jump in exports that has brought in that number. the only problem is there has been inventory increase, as well, and that usually does not bode well for the future output. but in general from the india macroeconomic side, things have started looking over. we got current account deficit and that taps at 3.9%. was at about 4.5%. in the quarter gone by, there was a surplus of close to about $5 billion. and we just got the august trade data out, as well. imported out about 5.1%. and august trade d
considerado el hombre más viejo del munod con 116 años >> un hombre en la india es el padre más viejo del mundo. su primer hijo lo tuvo a los 94 años y este es su segundo. >> su esposa tiene unos 50 años y antes de conocerla no tuvo actividad sexual >> de lo que se perdío, >> me encanta esta historia que esta mujer tuvo hijos a los 50 >> y vemos como van los equipos en el mundial >> todo se puede como vimos aquí >> este es el último día de la conca cup la que va invicta es la selección de méxico . buscaban marca perfecta, peralta da un gol, después del 1 acero colocan el marcador 2 a 0 y cierran con marca perfecta. >> estados unidos clasifica a la hexagonal y continúan en competencia. carlos y mario martínez aportaron y honduras mostró su mejor partido. >> argentina avanza y la roja de chile queda en sexto puesto. >> en europa francia le hizo visita a españa y tuvieron empate 1 a 1 . >> y los alemanes terminaron con suecia a 4 a 4 en el empate final >> y no se pierdan goles en la liga mx recuerden que somos la casa del deporte bueno mi gente seguimos con más de primer impac
from the outlook three months ago. india, meantime, down one point, three points. the forecast saying japan and the united states should actually see growth of 2.2%. imf analysts predict growth globally will gain pace next year up to 3.6%. they warn europe's debt problems will, indeed, remain a threat. now, blanchard said the lessons of the last few years are now clear. i had a chance to speak with him about some of those lessons and also about what financial leaders still have to learn. all right. so it does seem like this recovery is losing a little bit of steam. take us there where we stand in terms of the global recovery. >> okay. the first thing to say, this is still a recovery. right? we have numbers from the world growth, you know, of 3.5%. that's a recovery. but it's clear it has weakened since last time we had forecast which was three months ago. so that's a bit worrisome. just a bit. the reason is probably an increase in uncertainty. one is decrease in uncertainty about what policymakers are going to do in a few crucial parts of the world. and i think that explains a slowdow
favorite she ras. the women went to a share holding meeting and carrying 5,000 brooms. in india a broom is a woman's power. by delivering brooms, we are telling them to clean up their mess. chemical melt down spent 20 tons of gas into their city. they are leading the fight to send justice to their people and the worst fate. mothers carry poisons in their breasts. she accepted the 2004 environmental prize. we are not expendable. we are not flowers offered at the profit and power. we are dancing flames commitmented to darkness and the magic and mystery of life. women have long been slain at the environmental health and justice, from rachel to louis and the family of love canal. to the women of india and around the world fighting to clean up dangerously contaminated community. today more women have more power than ever before, especially more economic power and political power, women can shift the balance of power and change the face of the future. we are the once we have been waiting for as the poet june jordan. if we can bring ourselves to great clarity as to cause and effect. the enviro
are so popular a book really is in the works. >>> in india a record attempt will leave one man with a splitting headache. the 40-year-old broke 18 coconuts in 18 seconds with his head. the fete has earned him a spot in india's record book, but this isn't his first record. he made it in the guinness book of world records in march after cracking open 85 coconuts with his elbow in one minute. >>> and finally madame tussauds' newest editions are bringing a little '70s flare with them. the london wax museum has decided to take a chance on swedish super group abba known for hits like "dancing queen" and "mamma mia." the group is decked out in bell bottoms and platform boots of course and also, of course, the new figures were introduced in a special roller disco complete with dancers. and now you'll have a song in your head for the rest of the day. >> if you had to bring back one decade of style, '60s, '70s, '80s. >> can i go back with '50s? >> the '50s? you want to go all the way back to like the no bikinis, like the full piece bathing suit? >> gosh, i sound so boring. >> '50s. wow.
next reader is rashne. lived studies and work indeed india, pakistan, lebanon, the united states and mexico. she is the editor of living in america. poetry and fiction by south asian american writers. encounter people of asian decent in the americas her novel, braided tongue was published in 2003. i introduce rashne. >> i'm reading from a selection from a longer narrative. memory is no longer confused. it has a home land. from a farm by the late ali. sometimes the circle breaks and the woman meets the child. face-to-face. each one seeing for the first time her strength in the other. a poem by jenny. [inaudible]. after more than a year of e mails and phone conversations, amy,ling and i met at the university of wisconsin in madison. it was sometime during the mid 1980. calcutta was very hot, said amy. i wondered how our conversation about asian american literature veered to calcutta? calcutta was very hot but i got my first doll there. we spent some time in calcutta when we fled to the united states. the doll didn't look like me blond hair and blue ice bought from calcutta. she co
'll get all those countries, we have to go look at china. we have to reach out to india. i went down to mexico on an economic development mission and was the first governor to go there in four years from any state. we're missing a tremendous opportunity. >> thank you. governor brown, i'm sure you know that on any given day, people from other states are knocking on doors of co's in the valley and trying to get them to expand in other states or move to other states. someone in this room may have engaged in that. >> they cannot all expand in california. we are try to help california. quex their offering tax breaks. >> we are not offering a break. >> not only you. what do you say to the ceo's? what are you trying to do it? what are two or three things you are doing to keep companies here? >> we take specifics. i met yesterday with the representative of nissan and they're very interested and supportive of the installation of high-speed chargers throughout california. we have a plan, criticized by some but nevertheless, well funded by a legal settlement of $100 million. to get these chargi
nations have gathered in india to talk about biodiversity. the united nations holds the conference every two years. delegates at the 2010 talks graed on rules for sharing economic benefits from genetic resources. the nagoya protocol included ways to safeguard. they set a target of conserving 17% of land and 10% of coastal and marine areas by 2020. but many governments have yet to pass laws enforcing the protocol. some developing countries say they can't afford to implement the policies. the apartments participants are into it. >>> have begun 11 days of joint exercises. the drills are taking place near islands at the center of a territorial dispute between china and the philippines. the drills began monday on the western coast of luzon island facing the south china sea. 3,800 personnel are taking part in this year's exercises. that's 800 more than last year. a filipino military leader suggested the numbers reflect a growing security threat in the region. >> and i'm confident that they shall result in the partnership that is enduring that we shall be prepared to face the present and emergi
in the streets to control the demonstrators. >>> u.s. treasury secretary timothy geithner is visiting india before he jets to tokyo to attend the imf world bank meetings. he is welcoming efforts by indian leaders to reform their economy. geithner meant with the indian finance minister in new delhi. >> i think the reforms outlined by the government of india offer very promising paths to improving growth outcomes for the indian economy. >> observers say geithner is urging the indian government to proceed with the economic reform policies. the prime minister has been trying to implement changes. one example is his push to open the retail sector to foreign supermarkets. plans to ease restrictions on foreign investment have sparked an angry reaction. one party has left the ruling coalition in protest. >>> now let's check on the markets. u.s. stock markets ended lower on tuesday as lingering uncertainties about the global economy led investors to sell shares. to see how stocks are trading this wednesday morning, let's go to ra mean at the tokyo stock exchange. the earnings season kicked off in th
india. he's welcomes efforts by indian leaders to reform their economy. geithner met with indian finance minister in new delhi. >> i think the reforms outlined by the government of india are -- offer a very promising path to improving growth outcomes for the indian economy. >> observers say geithner is urging the indian government to proceed with economic reform policies. the prime minister has been trying to implement changes. one example is his push to open the retail sector to foreign supermarkets. but plans to ease restrictions have parked an angry reaction. one political party has left the ruling coalition in protest. >>> german chancellor angela merkel is urging to push forward. implement deep spending cuts in return for financial aid. merkel went to athens were talking. this is her first visit there since greece's fiscal crisis sank in. she says she hopes the country will stay in the eurozone. she says greek leaders have made great strides. she's been demanding they introduce tough deficit cutting measures. greece's politicians hope they'll receive more than 30 billion euros in ba
about, this particular chine and pacific rim. you like india. and south and central america, and you're mostly advertising through e.t.f.. talk us through this a little bit more. >> well, i think the whole emerging world economy has been through a similar cycle here where they let us out of the 2008 crisis. then they've slowed themselves down, and now they're all working to reaccelerate their economic recoveries. so rather than try to take a bet on a specific emerging market, i think that you ought to make sure you're sort of over-weighted the entire emerging world cycle a little bit. i think the whole thing will be leading the stock market in 2013. if you want to, you know, wait some more than others, i think i'm more inclined to south central america, its mexican market is doing well. i like india. the index is a strong upward momentum again and i think china is working lard and will indeed turn in 2013 gludz gleuz let me move you along. you had a lot to say about the u.s. economy doing so much better. and these are the stock sect oors you told me you find most promising. let's tak
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